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January 12, 2006


jj mollo

What a disappointment.I feel bad for his friends.

Frank Warner

Hey. Sarcasm?

jj mollo

No. Reading about how his friend tried to clear him for all those years, and then to realize he had been flat out lying. It's very disheartening.

jj mollo

My brother-in-law the lawyer tells me that there are no innocents in prison, that they all lie convincingly. I'm of the opinion that the state makes mistakes and occasionally frames people, but it's hard to identify which are which. DNA has been an eye-opener.

Frank Warner

OK, I see what you were saying. Yes, prisons have a lot of liars and a few innocents. I guess lying is Step 2 to any crime.

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